The Cambridge Primary Review launched in October 2006. Below is some of the media coverage of this, which is currently being updated.
4th December, 2006 – Martin Wainwright, They aren’t faith schools and they don’t select, The Guardian
30th November, 2006 – Richard Garner, The Big Question: Ten years on, has Tony Blair fulfilled his pledge to improve education? , The Independent
30th November, 2006 – Hilary Wilce, Young minds in hi-tech turmoil, The Independent
17th October, 2006 – Diane Hofkins, Crib sheet – What future for childhood? , The Guardian
13th October, 2006 – Wise man reprises primary inquiry, Times Educational Supplement
13th October, 2006 – Fresh look at primary schooling, BBC News
13th October, 2006 – James Meikle, Review ordered as pupils shun languages, The Guardian
13th October, 2006 – Richard Garner, Sharp decline in number of children studying languages prompts inquiry, The Independent
12th October, 2006 – Laura Clark, Government in embarrassing U-turn over foreign language study, The Daily Mail
Further media coverage of the CPR in 2006 can be accessed here.